Head to Nad Al Sheba’s children’s cycling centre, where the old camel race track used to be. You’ll find an adventure playground and specially modified cycling track for tots, complete with road signs, traffic cones and the like. It’s perfect for teaching young ones their cycling proficiency, which, let’s face it, would be an ordeal on the city’s actual roads. While parents won’t get much of a cycle in (it’s very much geared towards small people) tots with their training wheels will be in their element. Free. Open daily, 7am-late.
Cycle track for kids in Dubai
Get your tots on their bikes at Nad Al Sheba’s children’s cycling centre
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